Just came across this report regarding how EMFs might indeed affect the weather.
I have personal evidence in support of this report, btw. When Category 5 Hurricane Michael struck here, my neighborhood was a relative oasis. Whereas every person I've spoken to, has said they heard the sound of a train for 3 hours, I didn't hear it because the storm was not as strong over my residence. Nor did any trees snap or become uprooted for 50 yards around me.
I have a massive amount of negative ion products including fans that increased their performance by orders of magnitude. Hurricanes are electromagnetic events. It appears the hurricane's structure was impacted enough to keep our roofs on and to prevent any evictions.
We should keep our eyes on if the weather is being effected as 5G is rolled out in the coming days and months. Will there be an increase in severe weather such as tornadoes and hale. Will there be increases in flooding in the areas where 5G is being turned on due to excess rain, such as is happening in the Chicago area? https://www.chicagotribune.com/photos/ct...llery.html